Captain David Warner beat scored with a 54-ball 70 as Sunrisers Hyderabad achieved 159 for six in their Indian Premier League (IPL) coordinate against Kings XI Punjab here this evening.
Warner included 60 important keeps running with Naman Ojha (34), giving the innings some energy after a moderate begin, which saw the home side score just 25 keeps running in the initial five overs. This was Warner’s 34th fifty, the most by any batsman in the competition, and his fifth straight against Kings XI Punjab.
Picking to handle, Kings XI Punjab bowlers were taught in their approach on a pitch where shot-production was not the most straightforward thing on the planet. Warner, be that as it may, was equivalent to the undertaking on a day when Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi made his IPL make a big appearance.
Warner got to his half century off 45 balls when he tucked one past the manager for a limit in the innings’ seventeenth over. Prior, Sunrisers Hyderabad were set for a moderate begin, and it was not till the second chunk of the third over they got their first limit.
Match Prediction Lords XI Punjab kept on playing a tight line and length and the reward came as Dhawan’s wicket, gotten behind off a Mohit Sharma bouncer in the fifth over. Dhawan situated himself for the snare ahead of schedule as the ball gradually moved at his correct shoulder.
Having quickly exchanged his position, Warner’s switch incline six past short third man softened the shackles up the seventh over, KC Cariappa being the bowler. A few wickets by spinner Axar Patel, including Yuvraj Singh’s first-ball duck, and Sunrisers were battling at 50 for three in the tenth over.
The cap trap ball was consulted by Naman Ojha, before the batsman scored a couple of valuable runs, utilizing the long handle to great impact.
Rashid Khan completed the innings in style, pulling Sandeep Sharma over long on for a six. For Kings XI Punjab, Mohit Sharma and Axar Patel were the best bowlers, returning figures of 2/25 and 2/33 separately.